The values we share at Musgrave inspire the work we share with everyone. As a family-run business, now in its sixth generation, we think for the long-term, and we are guided by our values. Our purpose Growing Good Business inspires us to grow not just a profitable business, but a sustainable one that benefits our people, communities and future generations.
Life at Musgrave
At Musgrave you’ll be supported and challenged to be the best you can possibly be – but don’t take our word for it, we’ll let our grads tell you all about it.
Register your interest
We open our application window in Autumn 2024 for our 2025 Programme. You can register your interest below and we’ll let you know when the application window opens.
A unique and inspiring place to work
Musgrave is a fast-moving business, entrepreneurial, driven by a strong ethical approach. You’ll find family runs deep in Musgrave. Not just because we are a sixth-generation Irish family business, but in the ways in which we nurture talent and the culture we create in our workplaces.
- Life Assurance
- Income Protection
- Occupational Pension
- Employee discount in Musgrave MarketPlace
- Individual coaching
- Tailored development
- Employee Resource Groups
- GenRep Youth Board
- Hybrid working*
- Home office equipment
- 23 days holidays
- Free parking
Health and well-being
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Digital Doctor
- Well-being initiatives
- Sports & Social clubs
Video blog – Musgrave is much more than just a job
Former graduate Max Darby quickly found a career path for himself during his Graduate Programme.
Video blog – Musgrave sets you up for a positive career in finance
Edward O’Flynn is currently on the Musgrave Finance Graduate Programme and shares his experience of it so far.
Video blog – My career in Finance
Former graduate Angel Olajide quickly found a career path for herself during her Graduate Programme.
A day in the life of an Assistant Trading Manager
Sara Hickey, completed the Musgrave Buying (Trading) Graduate Programme and has since taken a full time role as Assistant Trading Manager. Here she shares her experience of the programme and what her current role is like.
A day in the life of a Supply Chain Analyst
Denise Harrington completed the Supply Chain grad programme with Musgrave and has since progressed to the role of Supply Chain Analyst. Here she shares what the role is like, and how the grad programme prepared her for it.
My Grad Story: Saumyajit Dutta
Saumyajit Dutta joined the Musgrave Graduate Programme after completing his Masters in Computer Science at UCC.
My Grad story: Mollie Lynch
Mollie Lynch, is a Supply Chain Operations Manager. She joined Musgrave after completing a Bachelor degree in Business Studies at DCU.
Video Blog – Taking on responsibility
Omnichannel graduate Kate McCarthy joined the Musgrave Graduate programme in 2017, having achieved a Bachelors in Business Information Studies from Cork Institute of Technology.
Video blog – creating a career path
Former graduate Shane O’Shea quickly found a career path for himself during his grad programme.
Building a career in innovation
Edel Russell joined the very first Musgrave Graduate Programme in 1994. She stayed with the business and here she talks about her current role of Innovation and Consumer Director.
Get inspired by our Grad of the Year
Earlier this year we were delighted when Musgrave grad Ross Kerrigan was given the title Graduate Employee of the Year at the gradireland Recruitment Awards 2018.
Applications: Part 3 #interviews #assessment
Find out about the assessment centre aspect of our selection process, and get some tips on how to get the most out of them.
Applications: Part 2 #videointerviews
Video interviews are a great tool for both the recruiter and also for you as a candidate once you approach it with the right mindset.
Applications: Part 1 #onlineassessment
Musgrave, along with many other graduate employers, include online assessments as part of our graduate selection process.